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KIRKLEES COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE SERVICES Report to NHS Kirklees Board JUNE 2010 DIRECTORS REPORT 2010 Finance

1.1

1. 2010/11 Forecast Position The 2010/11 Forecast Position £269K . This is made up of £000s District Nurse Equipment – Pending contract resolution BT Global Invoices – Budget held in NHS Kirklees

70 126

QOF Broughton and Whitehouse CQC Registration Fee & DN Messaging Service Headcount savings and general underspends Total

80 105 (120) 261

` Performance

2.1 Annual Health Check – Highlights 

Walk-in centre achieved 100% of total wait time within 4 hours

18 weeks referral to treatment – Reportable Services 100% achieved

The coverage of population for Childhood Obesity measurement target was achieved for both age groups

The stop smoking service has achieved its monthly targets for 4 week quitters and the 4 week trajectory.

There are no cases of MRSA or C-Diff within KCHS services; we still await a final target for this measure.

Childhood Vaccinations and Immunisations o 24 month cohort – 3 out 5 immunisations achieved the target o 5 Year cohort – 2 out of 4 immunisations achieved the target Chlamydia Screens significantly increased in Q4 for South Kirklees and


early indications for Q1 are positive

2.2

Issues Issues remain in a number of services in relation to the achievement of 18 weeks RTT.  

Community OT Speech and Language

CQC 3.1

Inspection at HVMH We received the first unannounced inspection at HVMH on June 16th. We have yet to receive formal feedback, though the informal feedback suggested the infection control rates and working practices were to standard.

Other points to note 4.1

We signed the revised contract with commissioners – a core part of that has been to agree a much more challenging set of CQUIN indicators. These cover areas such as preferred place of death, dementia awareness and common assessment frameworks for children.

4.2

We have now rolled out approximately 500 tough book mobile devices to our community staff. This makes Kirklees the largest implementer of mobile technology in the country. The impact in terms of QUIPP is significant – allowing more productive use of time and a better patient experience.

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